Working Differently in Extension Podcast
This podcast, hosted by Bob Bertsch, NDSU Agriculture Communications, is a discussion of how cooperative extension professionals can work differently to be more effective in the new communications environment.
Duration: about 30 minutes
Updated: every Thursday, approx. 3 p.m. (CT)
Check out the latest episodes below
- Working Differently in Extension 074: Jamie Bain, Noelle Harden and Stephanie Heim
- A conversation with Jamie Bain, Noelle Harden and Stephanie Heim of University of Minnesota Extension about their exploration of the opportunities and challenges presented by the emergence of a statewide food network in Minnesota and the role of Extension within it. They have captured the experiences in a report, "Cultivating collective action: The ecology of a statewide food network," http://www.extension.umn.edu/family/health-and-nutrition/toolkits-and-resources/healthy-food-access/docs/statewide-food-network-report-2015.pdf
- Working Differently in Extension 073: Lenah Nguyen, Katie Thomas and Paul Hill
- A conversation with Lenah Nguyen and Katie Thomas, Virginia Cooperative Extension about their work with 4-H Maker Fest and 4-H Make Education, and with Paul Hill, Utah State University Extension, about Extension and the Maker Movement.
- Working Differently in Extension 072: Bradd Anderson
- A conversation with Bradd Anderson , University of Missouri Extension, about FilmFest 4-H, http://4h.missouri.edu/go/events/filmfest/. The 5th annual national festival will take place next summer.
- Working Differently in Extension 071: Nate Meyer, Becky Meyer, Sherry Boyce
- A conversation with Nate Meyer, Becky Meyer, and Sherry Boyce from University of Minnesota Extension about their Journal of Extension commentary, "A Call to Embrace Program Innovation," http://www.joe.org/joe/2015june/comm1.php
- Working Differently in Extension 070 - Jim Isleib
- A conversation with Jim Isleib, Michigan State University Extension Upper Peninsula Crop Production Educator, about how he is using webinars to expand the reach of annual, ‘live’ meetings.